Huh? That didn't make much sense. There is a huge difference between wanting to keep his privacy, and his freedom from idiots, by maintaining the illusion that he's dead, and using his son for revenge. Asking his son to keep it on the Q.T. about his real idenity isn't revenge, it's survival. While I'd be curious to see Harry wind up interacting with his old friends, I really don't see forgiveness being in the cards, a cold, if polite, acknowledgement at best.